Interview - Alessandro Cortini Part 2

US More wonderful Buchlas      11/04/15
    MP4 21:27 mins    

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In the second part of our look at some of the fabulous instruments Alessandro Cortini has in his studio, we take a look at the Buchla  400 and 700 - two instruments I've personally never seen in  the flesh before.

Alessandro is an extremely cool chap and we thank him once again for his generosity in allowing us to hang out for so long.

And remember Cortini has just released Forse 3 - the completion of the Forse trilogy recorded during a month long session using the Buchla Music Easel. Its brilliant, one thing that really appeals to me is that it trains you to hear subtle nuance in sound and appreciate the shifting harmonic richness this machine can produce in the hands of a master.



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